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Schools in Paramus
Midland Elementary School
241 W Midland Ave, Paramus, NJ
West Brook Middle School
560 Roosevelt Blvd, Paramus, NJ
Paramus High School
99 E Century Rd, Paramus, NJ
Police and Law Enforcement in Paramus
Paramus Police Department
1 Carlough Dr, Paramus, NJ
Bergen County Police Department327 E Ridgewood Ave, Paramus, NJ
Parks in Paramus
Hemlock Dr, Paramus, NJ
Map of paramus, NJ
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At the May 19th Mayor and Council meeting, Mayor Rich LaBarbiera proudly announced that the proposed budget reflected no tax increases and an increase in the budget surplus. He felt that it was quite an accomplishment for Paramus in view of the state's struggling budget and the similar economy.
AMAA ADDRESSES TURKISH LEADERS REQUESTING INTERVENTION AT CAMP ARMEN NEAR ISTANBUL By MassisPost Updated: May 17, 2015 PARAMUS, NJ -- In response to the recent news of the partial demolition of CAMP ARMEN in the Tuzla District near Istanbul, the Armenian Missionary Association of America has written to the President, Prime Minister and the United States Ambassador of the Republic of Turkey asking for their intervention and support. During the partial demolition of the Camp in early May, a group of Armenians from Turkey, including some of the former students of the Youth Home of Istanbul, who grew up in Camp Armen, rushed to the site and are keeping guard day and night, thus halting further demolition of the Camp.
Armenian Missionary Association of America Louisa Janbazian PR/Communications Coordinator 31 West Century Road Paramus, NJ 07652 www.amaa.org Cell: 201.745.7496 AMAA Addresses Turkish Leaders Requesting Intervention at CAMP AREM near Istanbul Paramus, NJ ¯ In response to the recent news of the partial demolition of CAMP ARMEN in the Tuzla District near Istanbul, the Armenian Missionary Association of America has written to the President, Prime Minister and the United States Ambassador of the Republic of Turkey asking for their intervention and support.
May 15th is known as the day that Police memorialize their departed during the year. Paramus adheres to this schedule and recruited retired detective Sergeant Robert Von Schalscha to continue presenting it.
May 15, 2015 - NJ Sharing Network is gearing up for its signature event of the year, the Annual 5K Celebration of Life, which attracts thousands of participants to New Providence each June to support its mission of saving and enhancing lives through organ and tissue donation. The event is a family-oriented day taking place Sunday, June 7, at NJ Sharing Network headquarters, 691 Central Ave. in New Providence.
Commuter Andersen Silva of Lyndhurst tells NJ Transits board of directors why he opposes a nine percent fare increase on Wednesday night. ((Larry Higgs NJ Transit officials got a small taste of the angst experienced by the commuting public when Nicole Campbell of Lawrenceville rushed to the podium at the tail end of Wednesday evening's board meeting.
This week marks the start of New Jersey's Greek festival season, with festivals starting tomorrow and running through Sunday in Paramus, Piscataway and Trenton. The festivals are typically set on the grounds of a Greek Orthodox church, and so far, dates are scheduled through June 26, with every region of the state represented.
Police Chief Michael Foligno said Bashier Clyburn was arrested just before 3:30 a.m. Sunday and transported to Bergen County Jail on $10,000 bail. On two separate occasions, Foligno alleged Clyburn sold five bricks of heroin, which is the equivalent of 250 baggies, to undercover officers.
Tony-winning American actor-icon Ben Vereen will close the 2014-15 "Curtain Up!" series at the Bergen Community College Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre. Vereen, who has appeared on Broadway and throughout the world in such shows as "Jesus Christ Superstar," "Pippin" and "A Christmas Carol," plays Bergen Friday, May 29 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $50 for general orchestra, $40 for side orchestra, $35 for rear orchestra, $20 for senior citizens and $10 for students.
Borough police are investigating the theft of a "Welcome to Paramus" sign between April 10 and 12 on the Paramus border with Glen Rock and Ridgewood, Detective James Teehan said. The sign also says "Home of the 2011 Little League Champions."
"Pollen tsunami" is the latest name for the current allergic assault on many noses and eyes, and it has some validity as a moniker, said Sanaz Eftekhari, external affairs manager for the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. That's because Mother Nature is now unleashing a burst of pollen because the long, cold winter slowed the release of early-season tree pollen.
Paintings by students attending the One River School of Art and Design will be on display at the Garden State Plaza's Strength and Courage exhibit this month. The students reside in Englewood, Englewood Cliffs, Teaneck, Fort Lee, Hillsdale, Glen Rock, New Milford, Paramus, and throughout Bergen County.
The Jewish Community Organization of Northern Bergen County held a boutique night called Denim & Diamonds to benefit Autism Speaks last night at The Terrace in Paramus.
One notoriously problematic pedestrian crossing, for several years, has been at East 55th Street on Broadway near the NJ Transit rail stop and the Fair Lawn and Elmwood Park border. Finally, a traffic light has gone up at the spot, and we hope, pedestrians' lives have been made easier - and safer.
PARAMUS - The arms race for luxury goods at Bergen County malls hit a high point this week when Westfield Garden State Plaza confirmed the imminent arrival of Versace and four other swanky brands. Garden State Plaza spokeswoman Lisa Herrmann said Versace, Ferragamo, Longchamp, Burberry and Hugo Boss will be arriving at Garden State Plaza just before the holiday season.
GENERATIONS OF SORROW The Record April 24, 2015 Friday by Andrew Wyrich, Staff Writer; Staff Writer Dave Sheingold contributed to this article Andrew Torigian's eyes still well with tears when he tries to make sense of the long scar that streaked down his father's back, or the burn marks that were seared into his mother's skin. "It's like a wound that won't heal," Torigian, 91, of Paramus, said, recalling his father's harrowing account of an Ottoman soldier's taking a sword to his back in a failed attempt to kill him and his mother's tale of being thrown into a roaring fire and being rescued by bystanders.